Kathleen Doheny

Journalist
Los Angles, CA

About Kathleen Doheny

Kathleen Doheny is a Los Angeles-based journalist specializing in health, behavior, and fitness topics. She writes for a variety of health websites and print publications, including EndocrineWeb, WebMD, OnTrackDiabetes, Senior Planet, Practical Pain Management, and others. 

Articles Written by Kathleen Doheny

High Normal TSH in Type 2 Diabetes May Mean Lower Risk of Stroke
11/18/2019 - Results of a recent study suggest that anyone with type 2 diabetes who has a TSH level in the upper normal range may be a reduced risk for stroke, an advantage given the increased overall risk for heart disease.
Diabetic Foot Ulcers—A New Treatment That You Can Do At Home
A new method of promoting better, longer healing of foot ulcers-Topical Wound Oxygen (TWO2)— in people with diabetes is now available for in-home use: It's a convenient pure oxygen application that can be self-administered.
Is Red Meat Bad for You? Despite the News—Experts Say YES, Less is Best
10/01/2019 - International researchers tried to make a case that eating red meat is healthy but their evidence was poor and US experts are pushing back since red meat and processed meat products raise the risks of heart disease, cancer, and other conditions.
Cushing's Disease—Monthly Injection Is Good Alternative to Surgery
09/26/2019 - When surgery isn’t desired or not an option, there is a long-acting injection with pasireotide that can provide good, long-term management of symptoms for people with Cushing’s disease.
12 Weeks on a Strict Liquid Diet Program Reverses Diabetes
12/14/2017 - People who follow a limited calorie liquid meal replacement program for 12 weeks can reverse the diabetes, and stop the diabetes-related meds.
How to Avoid Weight Gain When Taking Antidepressant Medication
09/15/2019 - No need to worry about weight gain if you are starting a psych medication, just plan to enroll in a formal weight control program to address this concern, according to a new study.
Weight Loss Surgery—One Way to Improve Heart Health as Well as Diabetes
09/11/2019 - Opting for gastric bypass is one sure way to reduce your risk of dying and significantly improve your heart health and reverse the negative consequences of type 2 diabetes, according to researchers at the Cleveland Clinic.

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